Monday, March 10, 2008


What seemed like a casual stroll around the net trying to find the perfect domain name has now turned into big business. There are those who trade in domain names the same way brokers trade shares at the stock exchange platform. This said, it is crucial to hold the search until you are certain that the ideas for domain names you have are very close to the final one you hope to attain. The reason is that on the wed there are people who’s job is to try to pitch popular domain searches and test them for use if they prove to be worth keeping.
For long term online usage, it is advisable to install a domain search tool to assist with the search and keep it private, another safe option is going through a registrar, whose work ethics will no doubt respect your preference. Some websites will have video tutorials for those doing a search for the first time, some go straight to the search, for example In these sites, you will find inbuilt tools to assist you, so your search need not be a treasure hunt. Some normal websites come with integrated domain search facilities which are also easy to use. For a quick easy search, just follow the steps clearly stated. Normally if the name you search is already in use, the domain search tool will offer options that are very close to your input.
Unlike with random domain searches on the net, using a search tool gives private searching, this can also be found in public sight domain search pages, with a change of setting.
Un-syndicated domain search pages include, and The latter is attractive in that searches are not logged in so it’s like and cheap way of conducting private searches, and names are update everyday enabling a fresh choice every time a buyer conducts a search.

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